Field dressing a deer upside down might be easier than you think. The deer is upside down, not the hunter.
Are you looking for an effective way to skin the next whitetail you kill? There’s a better way to field dress your deer than doing it in the field among the dirt and grime that can contaminate the meat.
Marty Davison of Total Outdoor Programming shows you how to skin and field dress a deer upside down. It might seem a little weird, but it really is a quick, clean, and easy solution. Check it out.
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After being hit by a Rage Broadheads, this buck didn’t know what to do.
I had the opportunity to be at Central Kentucky Outdoors for the deer season opener in 2016. It was my intentions to harvest a buck in velvet, but that didn’t happen. However, I did get a buck any hunter would be proud of.
I was using a Rage Hypodermic expandable head.
After being shot, the buck was a little confused as to where he should go. He first ran up a hill, then decided to make things easier for me, and came back towards me before crashing into a fence. Check out the video.